Hi-Five Piano

Hi-Five Piano


Ages 5-6

Learn skills for the piano and xylophone through fun Eurhythmics exercises

Spring Semester begins in February!

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In this introductory piano class, children will learn basic musical subjects (pitches, durations, dynamics, etc.), forms, music notes, keyboard geography, fingering, and notation through eurhythmics exercise and apply what they’ve learned to the xylophone and the piano. Children will learn not only how to play but also how to make their own music through improvisation activities. Active listening games, such as canon, follow, and quick reaction, will be used to stimulate children’s listening skills and expand their musical ear in all activities.

Hi-Five is intended to be taken in two consecutive semesters (for example, fall and spring, or spring and summer) to get the full benefits of the program, with the goal of learning the key skills to continue on to private piano lessons.


Spring 2017

Ages 5-6

Instructors: Haeeun Shin (Saturdays); Linda Emmanuel (Tuesdays)

Spring Semester: 16 classes (Hi-Five is intended to be taken for two semesters)

Tuition: $550 per semester

Class Times for New Hi-Five Students

  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Tuesdays, 5:00-5:45 pm (Emmanuel) begins February 7
  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Saturdays, 2:00-2:45 pm (Shin) begins February 4

Class Times for Continuing Hi-Five Students

  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Tuesdays, 3:15-4:00 pm (Emmanuel) begins January 31
  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Tuesdays, 4:05-4:50 pm (Emmanuel) begins January 31
  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Saturdays, 12:15-1:00 pm (Shin) begins February 4
  • Hi-Five Piano (ages 5-6) - Saturdays, 1:05-1:50 pm (Shin) begins February 4

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